One Way to Display Small Garden Sculpture

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I ordered these cute little guys for my garden, but they are tiny!
Aren't they cute? I found them at Victorian Trading Co.
See how tiny? Teeny-tiny.
I had an old kitchen cabinet door and I painted it white. I don't think it brings out the "boys".
So I went to the store and bought key lime paint.
Much brighter!
Later in the week I saw this frame in a dumpster. I grabbed it and painted it key lime.
I centered the frame and hung it by the holders already on the back. I used eye hooks and wire on the back of the door and centered it in the frame. The sculpture already had a wire hook.
Can't miss my raspberry boys now!!!
Disclaimer: I was not asked to make this post by Carruth Studio or Victorian Trading Company.
Suggested materials:
  • Old cabinet door and discarded frame
  • Eye hooks, wire, screws, paint
  • Sculpture   (Victorian Trading Co.)
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